Vaudreuil-Soulanges is a cyclist’s dream. Prized for its pristine paths, beautiful landscape, and neverending activities, the region brings serious cyclists and families in from all over the Montreal area. Riders have the choice of taking dedicated bike paths or hitting the roads; no matter what they choose, Vaudreuil-Soulanges’s bike network leads cyclists to all sorts of treasures. Enjoy the scenery, stop off at some local businesses, and grab a bite. Minutes from Montréal, perfect for your one-day trip, but you are welcome to stay longer!
Stretching over 35 km, the Soulanges Bike Path is renowned for the quality of its paths and the variety of the surrounding landscapes. Completely paved along the length of the Soulanges canal, one of the region’s historical treasures, this multi-functional bike trail crosses forests and fields from Pointe-des-Cascades until Rivière-Beaudette, right at the edge of the Ontario border. Only a few kilometres from the island of Montreal and easy to reach by two water shuttles (Les Cèdres and Les Coteaux), this bike trail promises a ride full of bright summer moments. The Soulanges Bike Path is part of Green Route Number 5, connected to bike routes on the island of Montreal and the Waterfront Trail in Ontario. It is ideal for serious cyclists and families alike. Parking : • Pointe-des-Cascades (67 Chemin du Fleuve, in front of the church.) • Les Cèdres (Chemin Saint-Féréol, directly north of the route 338 intersection.) • Coteau-du-lac (20 Rue Principale.)
The region of Vaudreuil-Soulanges offers a dozen different loops ranging from 29 to 144 kilometres, starting from all four corners of the region. Cyclists looking for a challenge can try out the Des Cageux Route or the Montagne Route. For a more relaxing ride through the countryside, try the Du Moulin Route. To see all the options, check out our Bike Map account.Consultez notre compte Bike Map
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